Currently both the NATS and CCBill join options to join the AmateurNetCash program result in errors. Shocker. Although their name would suggest that the AmateurNetCash program is all about amateurs, affiliates promoting gangbang and creampie content will benefit the most. Perusing the sites you will see some amateurs that never made it to the big leagues, but there are quite a few recognizable names and faces as well. Of course, it is entirely possible those performers actually were in fact amateurs when their content was made, as this program’s sites have been around for quite awhile. Unfortunately, the AmateurNetCash program is withering on the vine as nothing new has been added in a number of years. Which is a crying shame considering they were in the forefront of those niches back in the day.
About the AmateurNetCash Program
Payment Structure: 50% RevShare
Payment Schedule: Weekly
Payment Methods: CCBill
Payment Minimum: $25 (CCBill)
Sites: 6 – Hover here to view them.
Hosted Galleries: YES
Type of Content: High Res Pics and Videos – Flash, MOV, MP4, RM, and WMV.
Exclusive Content: YES
RSS Feeds: NO
Morphing Feeds: NO
Tube Clips: YES
Content and Hosting: Content YES, hosting NO.
Hosted TGP/MGP: NO
Hosted POTD/VOTD: NO
Cross Sales: None
Those interested in becoming affiliates of the AmateurNetCash program will notice that they appear to be given the initial option of signing up and using a NATS affiliate interface, or promoting the program through CCBill. Appearances can be deceiving though, and the NATS option is off the table as the signup form is missing any payment options which prevents those interested from completing the signup process. That’s cool though, as we are partial to using CCBill anyway.
Unfortunately, the hits keep on coming. Checking the source code on the program’s sites join pages we discovered that for what we consider to be the program’s flagship site, ‘Westcoast Gangbangs,’ the ‘clientAccnum’ does not match the webmaster account for the program. It’s close, only off by a single digit (910734 when it should be 910735), but that digit may be the difference of whether or not the referring affiliate gets paid. Is it a mistake? Maybe. Will affiliates still get paid for sales to that site? Possibly. But how much traffic are you going to have to throw at that outdated content in order to find out? We will attempt to find out how that change affects the referring affiliates and will update this review once we know more.
While we were big fans of the AmateurNetCash program’s sites way back when, nostalgia only counts for so much when the real purpose of promoting a program is and should be making money. Can affiliates still make money with this program? Sure – but it’s going to be a tougher sale than for a program with more contemporary tours and regular updates.